This speech was delivered to the Class of at the IIM, Bangalore on defining success by Subroto Bagchi CEO MindTree. I was the last child of a small-time. Go, Kiss The World book starts off with Bagchi’s story behind the title, where he recounts the last time he visited his ailing mother in hospital. I understand that it is quite late to give a book review of the autobiography of Subroto Bagchi, titled “Go Kiss the world”, as it was first published.
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The essence of the author’s previous works are intact in this book as well. Subroto had returned to see his father, one morning he realised that the blood bottle is empty and air could have entered his body. The presence of water flowing in the taps was also not there. You can use them to display text, links, images, HTML, or a combination of these.
In the end, Subroto says that success to him is about the vision and the ability to rise above pain. His books always focuses towards familiarizing oneself to a situation, and to realize how a decision is made under those conditions.
In the book there is a discussion of peculiar prospects where young professionals may admire and respect their seniors. Each time, without fail. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The book is not about his company but as a part of his journey, he covered the part of MindTree days as well. Although, some things like names and their histo ‘Go, kiss the world’ were Bagchi’s blind mother’s last words which became the guiding principle of his life.
To not to measure personal success and state of wellbeing hhe material possessions. His father named Makhan Gopal Bagchi was the non-gazetted tehsildar by profession. Log into your account.
Bagchi has written extensively in leading newspapers and magazines, and spoken at industry platforms and educational institutions the world over.
Go Kiss the World: Life Lessons For The Young Professional
A great book with a lot valuable lessons for young people. These moments have been beautifully brainstormed in such a way that the reader would feel that whatever life throws at you, you must embrace and savour it and keep moving forward.
First things first, this is NOT a book about how Mindtree came into being, and it certainly is not about how the company changed eubroto way business is done in the IT space, but it does touches on the topic. Professionals shall willingly acknowledge their seniors as mentors.
Go Kiss the World: Life Lessons For The Young Professional by Subroto Bagchi
And last brother became nomad after getting married, leaving his wife and two innocent children and lost somewhere in the Himalayas. Some lessons from the book: However, he has this way of wrapping up those things in quirky sentences and it appealed to me. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. The narrator recounts how he rose from a clerk in a govt office to a co-founder of a IT startup.
It is an autobiography. Sep 14, Anisha rated it it was amazing Shelves: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Feel free to contact him for any doubt or information.
I did not have a high flying expectation from the thd and it wasn’t much of a ground breaking work either. Did you find this blog post helpful? This is a management cum autobiography cum inspirational book which teaches you how you should never deny any kind of work which you are asked to do and keep the energy on.
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Success is not about what you create for yourself but about what subrogo leave behind. I feel this review is: These lessons were taught to Bagchi by his father.